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in "the verdict" with paul newman left an indelible mark. he appeared in a slew of tv series like "the west wing." he was twice nominated for a tony. born to two performer parents in dublin, he got off to a rough start here in the states and had to take a job as an elevator operator at the waldorf astoria hotel here in new york. he broke out with a great performance in "ulysses." the great milo o'shea died of alzheimer's complications. he was 86. >>> if you look at the new polling data a lot of americans seem to be saying they want to cohabitate and smoke weed. two things first. the cdc says women especially -- close to half of them -- have chosen cohabitation before marriage or in lieu of marriage. now the latest pugh research poll shows a huge sea change. now 52% of those polled over half of all americans now think marijuana should be legalized. that's a first. it's up 11 points in two years. back in 1969 for perspective, close to 90% of people were against it. >>> the royal family members looked like action figures today starting with spirited ping-pong. while kate middleton was wea
is the circulation of "the nation"? >> 1.5 million readers online and 160,000 paper circulation. paul newman was a great and loyal friend and supporter. his partner in crime, robert redford, has been a supporter. we have a circle of 100 people who give each year. 30,000 associates give little each month above the subscription price in the belief it is not just a media institution but a community. there are 40 discussion groups around the country. [applause] >> these people obviously support it for what it espouses and believes in. do they all know that you have dirty martinis and marvin gaye? >> you have to keep perspectives. everyone's work is demanding. it is trying to make sense of these times and keep some hope. if we were meeting this time last year, it was a bully -- bleak time. we were coming off an election with the tea party claimed it had a mandate. i try to read history, drink dirty martinis, listen to marvin gaye, watch "true blood." vampires, everything. >> this has been fabulous. our thanks to katrina vanden h euvel, publisher of "the nation." [applause] we want to remind every
that on paul b. newman, though. this is the tenth year paul has personally organized a blood drive in his san jose neighborhood. over the decade, paul guesses his drives have brought in needed donations to the stanford blood center from some 3,000 people. now, not by coincidence this is also the tenth anniversary of a terrifying rollover accident involving paul and his then 11-year-old son mitch. in fact, it was a question paul asked one of the paramedics who helped him that day that was the spark to everything that followed. >> i remember asking him, i said, you know what? what can somebody like me do to give back to the community like you guys do every day in your jobs? and absolutely in unison they both said, give blood as much as you can. >> now, because blood once it's donated is separated into three different products, paul likes to think that by donating just one pint you have contributed to saving three different lives. and if that isn't worth an hour of your time, what is? >>> speaking of worth, do you think you get your money's worth from the taxes you pay? there's one group of sout
newman. put paul newman in anything and it is going to convince people. but nobody pays attention to that of a book that is the bedrock of this. where is the analogous bed rock for the guatemalan or other torture squads? it just does not exist. so i think it is a long way to change these things but i actually think that you have more people on capitol hill today that you can talk to the and you could 30 years ago frankly. >> they said this is essentially tourism that we are moving towards the energy the cold war is over we have no strategic interest. can you expand on your outline of the policy and use its power to solve this? >> i've been arguing with tom friedman before he was "the new york times" bureau chief and i disagree on this. he was right about the tour of the trip. i don't think it achieved much but i disagree with him about the strategic interest pity that it wasn't because we imported the stuff. it was important to the world economy and there was 60 plus% of the and the country as we didn't come they were an exporter the world oil industry is dominated by the american
about the conflict. sorry, that's the truth, that and the terrible movie with paul newman. put him in anything, and it's going to, you know, it's going to convince people. nobody pays attention to it. it's the bode rock. where is the bedrock for the got maul la or other torture squads? it doesn't exist. i think it's a long, long way to change. i think you have more on capitol hill to talk to than 30 years ago, frankly. >> [inaudible] >> uh-huh. >> [inaudible] >> uh-huh. >> [inaudible] >> cold war's over, we hve no strategic interest. could you draw an outline of the telling -- [inaudible] >> yeah. >> [inaudible] >> well, i've been arguin with tom friedman. i don't think it achieved much, but i disagree with him of the interest. the united states didn't depend on middle east oil when saudi oil was the greatest strategic prize in history. it's not because we imported it but it was important to the world economy. we are the world economy. in 1945, 65% of the industrial production was in our country. we'll be app exporter in 20 years. it's dominated by american companies. the world co
are buried. you never hear them. >> and they're boring. >> stephanie: paul newman movie, absence of malice, who do i see about getting my reputation back. i know i'm misquoting it. don't give me that look. >> the accusations are written the size of the hollywood sign but the retractions are in fine print. >> i don't have the same kind of forget graphic memory i do for striptease. >> no chance i'm going to roll around neighbored in crazed porn with a bunch of drunken niblets trying to stuff up my who ha. >> stephanie: one of the things apparently. i hadn't even heard some of this. the most egregious disinformation came from entirely anonymous source. one was that judd told a group of supporters at a private dinner i've been raped twice so i think i can handle mitch mcconnell. her comparison of sexual assault led people to classify her as the democratic version of todd akin. the problem is it never happened. >> i remember when that came out and i remember thinking did she really say that? it is a horrible thing to say. but it is not true. >> stephanie: the guy in the "daily beast" writes i w
school i was early, so i stopped at mcdonald's to get my paul newman coffee before i went to the meeting and has about maybe 25 elderly men in the corner they want to know what is going on in the world or mcdonald's at 8:00 in the morning there is always a group of 25 or 30 elderly men solving all the world's problems. i walked in he says mcgovern? we were just talking about you. i said really? he said and it wasn't good. [laughter] great. he said come over here. look we don't want this health care bill. really? why? >> we don't want the government running our health care. do you know what the bill does? it removes the co-payment for preventative care. it's good for you. it's going to close the doughnut hole. >> yeah the other things. >> what other things? i had a guy and a business meeting the other day told me that i need to get the government off his back. i said be more specific. he said the whole thing. help me. i'm not a politician. i said but ibm and you are supposed to tell me. it's done a lot of good. it saves people's lives you can have water in the faucet and not die because w
was early so i stopped at mcdonald's to get my paul newman's coffee before i went to the meeting and was about maybe 25 elderly men in the corner. if you want to know what is going on in the world, go to mcdonald's around 8:00 in the morning and there is a group of 25, 30 elderly men solving all of the world's problems. so i walked in and the guy says mcgovern, we were just talking about you. i said really? he said and wasn't good. i said great. [laughter] she said come over year. look we don't want this health care bill. i said really, why? because we don't want the government running our health care. i said what do you think medicare is? do you know what the bill does? it removes co-payments for preventive care, that's good for you. it's going to close the doughnut hole. yet the the other things. what other things? i had a guy and a business meeting the other day that told me i need to get the government off his back. i said be more specific. he said the whole thing. i feel it too much government. help me. i said i'm not a congressman or politician. tommy and i can help solve t
to this event unlike anything else i could have done. thinking of paul newman in the movie "absence of malice." the old reliable source of the said i was sost" taken with the singer that i expressed my admiration but quickly came to my senses and deleted it. they are so reliable, they did not know that i deleted it intentionally. i came to my political sense as wasng time before the tweet ever created. i wanted the press to think about malice and that when they write stories they affect real people. they wrote about me and my daughter with malice and they hurt her and they hurt me. absence of malice used to be part of the journalism ethics course of columbia university. i think everybody should go back and watch it and see what was being told there. reviewr columbia assistant editor said people forget that they are talking with actual people, people who have to live with the effects of what people write about them. that got journalism is not the kind of journalism we should have. people should be more circumspect about the things tweet is noteleted necessarily something that is harmful and th
to take paul menard out o of the top ten. and that will leave ryan newman in 9th as the only chevy in the top ten. along with jimmie johnson in sixth excuse me. out front, two toyotas leading three fords. >> darrell: okay. >> [radio]: can't get to him. >> [radio]: give us all you got. that's all you can do. >> darrell: here is what saw now. when 56 moved up, 18 moved up. and they started trading lap times again. so the spotter told kyle 56 moved up, picked up speed. kyle responded by doing the same thing. >> mike: the gap steady at 1.3 seconds. five to go. edwards, biffle, logano, johnson, and johnson under fire from almirola from sixth place. as we he about run out of laps here. almirola has done a nice job tonight. >> darrell: yes, he has. >> mike: richard petty car in the top ten. has done a really nice job. started row two. a little lapped traffic in between the two leaders. that is timmy hill. that will benefit kyle busch with four to go. >> larry: and brad kezelowski in the 2 car, i know he there is not a lot of laps to go but he keeps picking them up and laying them down. go
will be laid to rest. the funeral of former british prime minister margaret thatcher at st. paul's cathedral in london. >>> on thursday, the rock n roll hall of fame welcomes induct tees like heart, public enemy and rush and singers randy newman and donna summer. producers also receive lifetime achievement awards. all right. congrats to them all. that's it for
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